16 Dec Local Art, The Perfect Gift
Suzanne Hill has exhibited her work extensively over the past forty years in regional, national and international group shows as well as notable solo exhibitions. Hill has also worked tirelessly within the community for the advancement of the visual arts and has had a significant voice in the cultural affairs of the province. To that end, she has served on the provincial Cultural Policy Task Force and has been board member of artsNB, the New Brunswick Museum, the New Brunswick Visual Art Education Association and the Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation. See Suzanne’s work here.
Suzanne Hill “Snake” $215 unframed | collage
Suzanne Hill “Papaya” $215 unframed |collage
Christiana Myers is an artist and curator currently living and working in Saint John, New Brunswick. She holds a BFA from Mount Allison University and maintains a practice in painting and installation. She has completed residencies in Montreal and Finland and was an intern for the Sculpture Saint John Symposium in its inaugural year. She hold a Master’s in Curatorial Practice from the Glasgow School of Art/ University of Glasgow. Christiana now works as Program Coordinator at Third Space Gallery. See Christiana’s work here, all available at Tuck Studio.
Christiana Myers “Wilt” $50 unframed | 12 x 9 in Silkscreen
Ryan Livingstone was born in New Brunswick and studied craft at NBCCD before moving to Toronto to study printmaking and painting at the OCAD-University where he received a BFA in 2010. He is in love with the process of making and would consider himself to be an artist unbound by medium. His artwork has a visual language that has been intensely shaped and influenced by his east-coast heritage as well as urban and rural landscapes. The work often reflects things within the landscape that may fade, crumble, collapse or burn away. More of Ryan’s art here.
Ryan Livingstone “Himalayan Balsam” Pink Invasive Plants Found in New Brunswick, $125 unframed | 15″ x 22″ Relief Print
Ryan Livingstone “Tail End 7” $450 unframed | 18”x18” on handmade paper
Pamela Marie Pierce
Pamela Marie Pierce is a multi-disciplinary artist who works primarily in pen and ink, watercolour, and gouache. She considers every illustration a portrait, regardless of how seemingly azoic a subject may appear. She sees the world as a series of lines, and connects those ones she can. Originally from Nova Scotia, Pamela currently works and lives in her favourite city: Saint John, New Brunswick. She is self-taught. More of Pamela’s work here.
Pamela Marie Pierce “Walking on Sunshine“, $435 | 11″ x 14” Mixed Media on Vellum Mounted to Birch Panel
Pamela Marie Pierce “See it Through” $90 | 4″x4″ Illustration on Vintage Cotton Parisian Paper with Ink on Birch Panel.
Robert Moore teaches American literature at the University of New Brunswick. Born in Hamilton, Ontario, he began his formal life in the arts as an actor, then he wrote some plays, then he wrote some poetry, then he took up painting. Currently, his favourite quote about painting is from John Singer Sargant: “A portrait is a painting with something wrong with the mouth.” See Robert’s work online here.
Robert Moore “Plato’s Chariot“, $1800 | 48″x60” Acrylic on Canvas
Robert Moore “Equus” $1700 | 36″x48″ Acrylic on Canvas
Alison Gayton is a Hampton based ceramicist. She has been trained in clay around the world through apprenticeships, college, and workshops since 1997. We’re proud to offer a variety of Alison’s ceramics including mugs, bowls, vases, and ornaments. Current and past collections feature kittens, cats, Boston Terriers, fauns, skulls, and crows. The collections “Kitty Glitter” and “Boston Bling” are among her best sellers. See all of Alison’s work here.
Alison Gayton “Boston Mug 6” $47 | ceramic
Alison Gayton “Kitty Tiny Cup” $35 | ceramic
Dan Culberson is a commercial, editorial, and fine-art photographer. Dan started out photographing bands and the music scene in his home town, but a desire to get to bed before 2am and a late- developing respect for protecting what hearing he has left has led him to currently work primarily in capturing candid photos from the built and natural world. His photographs have been exhibited at Owens Art Gallery and his first solo show at the Saint John Arts Centre featured industrial scenes and street photographs from Saint John, where he currently lives and works. Shop Dan’s work online here.
Chris Lloyd’s artistic investigations probe the complexities of contemporary life. His projects manifest themselves in a wide range of mediums, including drawing, painting, printmaking, video, performance, installations and politics. He’s been writing a daily email to the Prime Minister of Canada since 2001, he’s collected and photographed thousands of found Tim Horton coffee cups, traveled across the country in a performance art alter-ego called ‘Everyday Goalie’, created paintings and prints direct from manhole covers and ran against Justin Trudeau in the 2015 federal election. See more of Chris’ work here.
Chris Lloyd “Falls” 2018 $1275 | 48”x24”
Chris Lloyd “City of Saint John Silkscreen” $100 | 14″ x 17″ unframed
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